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Corredeiras
Brazil

Corredeiras na estrada de acesso ao cânion Fortaleza, em Cambará do Sul, RS.

Cambará do Sul é conhecida como a cidade dos cânions, em função de sua proximidade à região dos Aparados da Serra. Situa-se numa região dominada pelos campos ondulados do planalto da Serra Geral - Campos de Cima da Serra. Nos limites do município com o Estado de Santa Catarina localizam-se os paredões dos principais cânions desta região.

A altitude na sede do município é de 980 metros, o que a faz uma das cidades de maior altitude no Brasil. No inverno, nos meses de junho a agosto, a temperatura pode cair a 8ºC negativos, com freqüente ocorrência de nevascas.

A população do município é de cerca de 7.000 habitantes e situa-se a cerca de 116 km de Canela.

O turismo em Cambará do Sul vem adquirindo crescente desenvolvimento, especialmente em função dos cânions da região - Itaimbézinho, Malacara, Fortaleza, entre os mais conhecidos - mas também pelos aspectos da paisagem do planalto, clima e por ser um dos poucos locais do Brasil onde neva durante os meses de inverno.

Foto: Emilio Campi

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Copyright: Emilio Campi 360 Total
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Taken: 22/01/2012
Uploaded: 22/01/2012
Updated: 26/03/2015
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Tags: corredeiras; canion; fortaleza; cambara do sul; rio grande do sul; emilio campi; panotour; 360 total
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